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  1. #57855
    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    What is your definition of quality? Unfortunately, Medellin does not work that way. Higher price does not mean better service.
    Mostly look I guess. If you know any agency (or a fixer) that also vouch for good service let me know please.

  2. #57854

    How do you go bareback with them?

    Can you tell a story of how you convince the girl to go bareback with you, my sensai?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaddTraveler  [View Original Post]
    First thing to know is that it's Illegal in the US for PPM (Pay per meet) arrangements. And yes there are law enforcement agencies w fake girls profile on SA just like they targeted Backpage few yrs back and still today use SA or other escort svc sites to lock up brain dead average Johns. Clearly SA isn't itself listed as an escort svc, but we know 99% of the participants are doing just that, tricking, escorting etc.

    The purpose of SA is to establish a more of a long-term arrangement of wealthy men or women and compensate on a scheduled basis the sugar baby / dates w gifts or other forms. I post about this often, that we go so many times to Col and other countries where paying for sex is normal that we forget at times that we will go straight to jail for this back home.

    - Meaning first, the PPM issue is VERY strict with SA itself, and they immediately prompt you with a message that says it is NOT allowed, and it's displayed on the site once you're logged in..

  3. #57853
    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Greetings fellow mongers. New to the thread. I'm considering taking a trip to Colombia probably Bogota for cheap sex. I've been reading thru all the posts on here and I have yet to hear about crime. I read a post from an expat in the philippines section that he witnessed or heard of many crimes during his short visit in Colombia. Have any of you, or heard of any mongers, encountered any type of crime such as robbery, assault, drugged by the WG's? If you haven't experienced any, how have you been able to avoid the crime? Thanks.
    Try reading the F'ing Forum. Just two weeks ago Tasss mentioned getting extorted from a girl saying she was young so she could get money for nothing. Then I commented about one of her friends. Go read some of my past posts especially during the lockdown and one has a picture of blood after an afternoon knifing in the Botero tourist area.

  4. #57852
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    My answer is.

    "I love it there. The people are great, the climate is perfect and everything is inexpensive."
    I am commenting on this so I remember it for later. Gracias.

  5. #57851
    Quote Originally Posted by MaddTraveler  [View Original Post]
    Border agent / immigration used to ask me question upon re-etry, basic stuff like what was the purpose of my visit, etc. I normally give short answ like fam visit or tourism, then as soon as I got GE I never get asked anything. Few Months back an agent asked me as a joke and in a friendly manner "So tell me, how are the girls in Col". I replied and said you have to just go visit for yourself. In my mind you still can detain if I'm foolish enough to give you details LOL, he then laughed and said ah ok one day I'll go.
    I have GE. Coming back from Cuba one time the agent asked me if I had a Cubanita in my suitcase with a grin on his face. I said I wish and we both laughed. He knew exactly what I was up to and did not give a shit.

  6. #57850

    Protecting your data

    In case people don't know how to do this. If you take mutually-consenting + legal photos or videos in Colombia, you still should protect it on the way back to the US. I've already seen several reports of people getting their laptops or tablets getting searched by US officials on their return.

    I keep all my data on Windows laptops, so I'm sure there are equivalents for Mac, iOS, Android. But two things I use are VeraCrypt which allows you to create an encrypted file container that requires a password to unlock and see the contents inside, and 7 zip, and use the Compression Level: Store, and check Encrypt File Names option. Both options are free and makes it very difficult to even know what's stored inside the file container. Could be your personal financial data? Could be vacation photos? Could be any various things not subject to random searches. Anyways as long as you're not doing illegal shit, it's not going to escalate to where something like a warrant is needed, so this level of protection would be sufficient.

    I've had girls ask me to take nude photos for them and sent it to them on FB Messenger. Delete these too from your Messenger or WhatsApp conversation. If you want a personal copy, do the above.

  7. #57849

    Look at me woodmans post

    Quote Originally Posted by JTTraviezo  [View Original Post]
    Greetings fellow mongers. New to the thread. I'm considering taking a trip to Colombia probably Bogota for cheap sex. I've been reading thru all the posts on here and I have yet to hear about crime. I read a post from an expat in the philippines section that he witnessed or heard of many crimes during his short visit in Colombia. Have any of you, or heard of any mongers, encountered any type of crime such as robbery, assault, drugged by the WG's? If you haven't experienced any, how have you been able to avoid the crime? Thanks.
    Crime here is like farting and is extremely common. Look at mr woodmans post about a drugging attempt.

    http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...9&d=1663889275

    I myself had my phone pick pocketed once. I've been back-and-forth since 2017. Is the risk worth the reward it depends🤷127995;8205;9794;65039;.

    Here's another reference about extortion that happened.

    https://youtu.be/Byf3QGlNLyc

    I don't care what anyone says mde is not a safe city. You always have to be on guard and 80% of locals are out to swindle you. From restaurants / businesses overcharging their prices to gringos. To in good cases you just get your phone / wallet stolen to horrible cases you getting drugged and possibly losing a kidney.

  8. #57848
    Quote Originally Posted by PadrePioDorco  [View Original Post]
    What's the best casa in terms of quality, when money is not an issue?
    I suggest Loutron which is up in the hills outside of Poblado and Energy Spa which is in Laureles near the stadium. They tend to have the better looking women by conventional Paisa standards.

  9. #57847
    Quote Originally Posted by PadrePioDorco  [View Original Post]
    What's the best casa in terms of quality, when money is not an issue?
    What is your definition of quality? Unfortunately, Medellin does not work that way. Higher price does not mean better service.

  10. #57846
    Quote Originally Posted by PseudoGene  [View Original Post]
    It happened to me three times, first in Atlanta and twice in Orlando. The questions were, are you married? Does your family know about your trip? Why do you go to the same place if you are a tourist? I answered that my friend owns a BNB and I am a sleeping partner. I also said Medellin is our common meeting place for all my friends all over the USA. The officer questioned me with attitude and visibly in an unfriendly manner. Honestly, I am still scrambling for a solid answer since I visit MDE three times a year. Any suggestion? And sorry, I can't tell "for pussy".
    My answer is.

    "I love it there. The people are great, the climate is perfect and everything is inexpensive."

  11. #57845
    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiBoy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm wondering why the heck they ask personal trip related questions? None of their business. I understand if those questions were asked once you enter Colombia, by Colombian authorities, but entering USA? Wtf. Of course, they can search my luggage, ask me if I need to declare anything, etc. But going through my phone / laptop, asking what I did in Colombia, etc makes no sense. What happens in Colombia stays in Colombia.
    Some stuff that may happen in Colombia is their business. The personal questions relate to those things.

  12. #57844
    Quote Originally Posted by DandyMan51  [View Original Post]
    I've seen a lot of posts here about using FB and SA in Medellin. I saw that there is a guide on how to use FB but was wondering if there is a similar guide for SA. Most of my mongering is done through photoprepagos and mileroticos with some spa action mixed in but based off what I have read here it seems that FB and SA give some really good opportunities too. Main questions I have are:

    1. What do you message them at first? Should you just say I am looking for a PPM arrangement, what are your rates and what do you do? Or is it more subtle?

    2. Should I message first or wait for girls to add me?

    3. How soon before my trip should I start messaging?

    Thanks.
    I am newbie and planning to travel in Dec, can you please point me to the FB guide. Also how is ccolumbiacupid for SA.

  13. #57843

    Colombia crime

    Greetings fellow mongers. New to the thread. I'm considering taking a trip to Colombia probably Bogota for cheap sex. I've been reading thru all the posts on here and I have yet to hear about crime. I read a post from an expat in the philippines section that he witnessed or heard of many crimes during his short visit in Colombia. Have any of you, or heard of any mongers, encountered any type of crime such as robbery, assault, drugged by the WG's? If you haven't experienced any, how have you been able to avoid the crime? Thanks.

  14. #57842

    Be yourself!

    Quote Originally Posted by DandyMan51  [View Original Post]
    I've seen a lot of posts here about using FB and SA in Medellin. I saw that there is a guide on how to use FB but was wondering if there is a similar guide for SA. Most of my mongering is done through photoprepagos and mileroticos with some spa action mixed in but based off what I have read here it seems that FB and SA give some really good opportunities too. Main questions I have are:

    1. What do you message them at first? Should you just say I am looking for a PPM arrangement, what are your rates and what do you do? Or is it more subtle?

    2. Should I message first or wait for girls to add me?

    3. How soon before my trip should I start messaging?

    Thanks.
    First thing to know is that it's Illegal in the US for PPM (Pay per meet) arrangements. And yes there are law enforcement agencies w fake girls profile on SA just like they targeted Backpage few yrs back and still today use SA or other escort svc sites to lock up brain dead average Johns. Clearly SA isn't itself listed as an escort svc, but we know 99% of the participants are doing just that, tricking, escorting etc.

    The purpose of SA is to establish a more of a long-term arrangement of wealthy men or women and compensate on a scheduled basis the sugar baby / dates w gifts or other forms. I post about this often, that we go so many times to Col and other countries where paying for sex is normal that we forget at times that we will go straight to jail for this back home.

    - Meaning first, the PPM issue is VERY strict with SA itself, and they immediately prompt you with a message that says it is NOT allowed, and it's displayed on the site once you're logged in.

    - Secondly, I notice some other member responded to you and said you should get straight to the point and even gave you an example to ask for "how much for sex" LOL, right, do that while you're in the US and you'll likely get arrested or have your account closed.

    - So now on how to use: Just be you! Just like no one can tell you how to start a conversation with someone in the street. Start talking just like you would with any other dating sites.

    - PPM, Obviously we all do this, but already explained why we don't mention it while at home, but as soon as you're in Colombia or destination where this practice is legal, and after you've obtain a WhatsApp number, then you can do whatever the fuck you want.

    Decide on the PPM cost, if you're living there or extended time you can make a long-term arrangement like x-amt for a week and meeting 3-5 times, overnights, etc. You can choose to pay at the end of the week, like a job LOL. Many do this even in the US.

    So you chose your terms and don't ask the girls what they want, most don't know and they appreciate men that are straight forward, or guide them to a reasonable accommodation where everyone is happy. I always, and always go first for lunch or dinner or drinks to get a feel first for chemistry, or in case they look so diff like used older pictures, or heck if the deal is agreeable between us. I'd rather spend 100 k on a nice dinner and waste it vs bringing a dud to my hotel room. Plus after hanging out for a bit the sessions are much nicer, unrushed, etc.

    During my recent trip last Mo I frequented few usual sugar-babies, but did acquire 2 new ones, one asked for 700 k pesos for a few hours of meeting, I declined and countered with 300 k and she said it was too low. I replied and asked her do you want repeat business? Why are you trying to get rich so quick jajaj? She replied laughing also and said you're right, and accepted the offer and we met twice and now in my roster for repeat biz. Paid her 400 k each time, plus few small gifts from nearby shops, and had a fancy lunch date. Sometimes you have to teach them. You make the terms. And I go full bareback w my SA honeys, stay away from my girls LOL.

  15. #57841
    This is exactly right. Not long ago there was a thread started by someone who was denied global entry. We all debated the possible reasons. If you can get it the $100 fee is money well spent, even if you don't travel very often.

    Quote Originally Posted by Surfer500  [View Original Post]
    The beauty of Global Entry is they typically don't ask questions like a lot of other guys have been experiencing who don't have GE.

    In essence they just waive you thru but on a few occasions I've been asked if I have anything to declare which they always ask of non GE participants.

    GE was set into place to streamline the immigration process, and anyone who travels internationally is foolish not to have it.

    A perfect example of this having nothing to do with questioning, but are the wait times to get thru immigration at some airports.

    Probably the biggest offender is Fort Lauderdale. I remember returning from Colombia with a buddy who did not have GE and it took him over an hour to get thru immigration and I was thru it in five minutes.

    Not everybody can get GE though, but for those who can, just the wait time alone getting thru immigration is what the real value can be.

    And after returning from Colombia the last thing you want to deal with are immigration officials asking questions.

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